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65% of Boomers very satisfied with their current jobs

Among US adults ages 18-69, "approximately three-in-five workers [59%] are extremely or very satisfied with their current job. Boomers [ages 55-69], as a group, are the most satisfied," with 65% reporting that they are extremely or very satisfied," according to a 2017 AARP survey. (p. 28)
        Kerman, S. C., & Keenan, T. A. (2017). The multi-generational labor force: Perceptions of jobs among Millennials, Gen-xers, and Boomers. Washington, DC: AARP. Retrieved from this source.
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